Asus unveils new Eee hardware

CeBIT: Hybrid input device, controller and NAS to complement the Eee range
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Asus has revealed the latest additions to it Eee range of mobile devices at this year’s CeBIT.

The vendor used the event to announce its Eee Keyboard, which combines a touchpad screen and PC components in to a five inch deep keyboard. The device will come in a wired or wireless version that will be able to connect to a PC monitor or TV screen and is expected to be available by June.

The other new products were the Eee Stick, a 3D controller that is remarkably similar to the Wii Controller set, and the EeeNAS PC, a remote storage solution intended for data backup and file sharing. The EeeNAS contains two terabytes of storage space, carries a DVD burner and features enough cooling to be permanently active.

Source: Electronista